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Concert for HOPE

Inspiring Hymns . Sacred Songs

 World Premier and Album Launch of ‘Sacred by Violinist Niki Vasilakis, featuring Deanna Djuric Piano.

 20th August 2016, 2pm-4pm

Tickets $27 PP, Afternoon Tea Included

 All Ticket Proceeds go to Australia Hope International.


In person at Jambo Sana 72 Main Road, Nairne SA, Wed - Fri, 10 - 4.30pm

By phone 08 81880398

CAN'T ATTEND? You can make a donation to the Concert on the form below.


Immanuel College Chapel, 32 Morphett Road, Novar Gardens SA.

Free Parking, Wheelchair Access, Heating in Chapel, General Admission Only


 The story of Sacred the album

It started with a dream 14 years ago for Niki, world renowned concert violinist, to record a collection of meaningful songs of worship that have profoundly shaped her life. Now realised, Sacred is a collaboration of song, hymns, notes and Spirit-led improvisation between Niki on violin and acclaimed jazz pianist, Deanna Djuric. The world premiere of SACRED is an opportunity to bring people together to give to something bigger than ourselves.

“It is my hope that this music is not only a blessing to you personally, but also a wonderful gift for those in your life who are searching for comfort and peace".

Niki Vasilakis


 About Australia Hope International

“There are millions of abandoned children in Uganda. 2 million alone are AIDS orphans. Most struggle to survive, many live as street kids, thieves, sex workers, drug addicts, beggars, and child labourers. With our partner RWC Children’s Trust, we have 3 very successful street boys projects. Traditionally, a place was always found for abandoned girls, but today, there are too many to keep placing with AIDS or war widows. So our dream for a Safe House for vulnerable girls came into being, and we have just opened our first safe house on HOPE School land in Kitokye. Though we face many challenges, the first intake of the most urgent girls are in the house and they are loving this new opportunity for a brighter future".  Bill and Norma Osborne, AHI Founders

 Concert funds raised will help address some urgent needs:

          1.   Provide a rainwater tank with solar pressure pump system so the girls have clean water at their door and piped into the       house. ($4,000AUD)

          2.   Provide a tutorial room and store for vocational training in tailoring, bead making and a bakery for the older girls who have never been to school.(Several thousand dollars still needed.)


We are looking forward to a magnificent event and do hope you will come.


The Concert for Hope team.


Can I purchase tickets at the door? 

Yes, Tickets can be purchased in person with either cash or card, please note that online bookings are preferred.

If I book online do I need to bring a printed ticket?

No, Your ticket will be available to collect at the box office on arrival prior to the concert. 

What are my parking options getting to the event?

There is ample parking on the campus with a number of car parks (example below) surrounding the Chapel.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes, the attendee must bring a printout of purchase to the box office on arrival to the event.

Is the seating reseved?

No, it is general admission only. The Chapel has been chosen as the concert venue because all the seating is close to the stage and there are no covered areas which would hinder the view for anyone.

What time do doors open? 

Doors to the seating will open at 1.15pm, there is an extensive foyer area and early arrival is welcome.

Is there wheelchair access and disabled parking?


Is there heating in the building?


Where is the Chapel Located at Immanuel College?

The Chapel is accessed from the main entrance 32 Morphett Road. It is the 3 story circular shaped building facing the oval. Directly to the right of the sports centre.

Can I make a donation to the concert if I can not attend?

Yes, simply use the payment form below with your credit card, Visa, Mastercard or American Express.

Helping bring hope to girls at risk in Uganda